Private intuition

April 2006
Accountancy;Apr2006, Vol. 137 Issue 1352, p130
Trade Publication
This article focuses on recruitment of new employees. The author notes that with fierce competition for talent, managers and directors have to take great care to hire the right person. Having few talented people to chose from is hard enough, and lengthy, puzzling selection processes overwhelm managers and leave vacancies unfilled. The supply-and-demand nature of recruitment determines which skills are required and the methodology and expenses an employer is prepared to utilize to find the right person.


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